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Overview

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents of the Collection

Arrangement of the Collection

Restrictions

Access Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Personal and Family History Files, 1798-1924

Correspondence, 1822-1938

Journals and Notebooks, 1832-1920

Lecture Notes, 1860-1920

Chautauqua, 1874-1925

Publications by John H. Vincent, 1861-1912

Other Printed Matter, 1875-1920

Photographs, 1870-1920

Administrative Data, 1920-1956

Southern Methodist University

John Heyl Vincent papers

A Guide to the Collection



Overview

Creator: Vincent, John Heyl, 1832-1920.
Title: John Heyl Vincent papers
Inclusive Dates: 1798-1956
Bulk Dates: 1860-1920
Abstract: John Heyl Vincent (1832-1920) was a bishop in the Methodist Episcopal Church and a co-founder of the Chautauqua Institution. The John Heyl Vincent papers consist of family history research files, personal and professional correspondence, journals, public address notes, publications, and photographs created or collected by John Heyl Vincent; his wife, Sarah Elizabeth Dusenbury Vincent (1832-1909); their son, Dr. George Edgar Vincent (1864-1941); and his wife, Louise Palmer Vincent (1865-1953).
Accession No: BridArch 301.25
Extent: 7 boxes (6.5 linear feet)
Language: Material is in English
Repository Bridwell Library, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University

Biographical Note

The Rev. John Heyl Vincent, S.T.D., LL. D. (1832-1920), was a noted minister, author, educator, and public speaker. He was born in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, on February 23, 1832, to John Himrod Vincent (1798-1873) and Mary Raser Vincent (1803-1852). In 1838 the Vincent family relocated to Northumberland County, Pennsylvania.

As a young adult, John Heyl Vincent worked as a school teacher and as a circuit riding Methodist preacher. He was licensed to preach and became a local pastor in 1850. He relocated to Newark, New Jersey in 1852 upon the death of his mother. After completing studies at the Newark Wesleyan Institute, Vincent was ordained in the New Jersey Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1857. His first action as elder was to request a transfer to the Rock River Conference. While in Illinois, Rev. Vincent served Methodist churches in Joilet, Mt. Morris, Galena, Rockford, and Chicago.

In 1862 John Heyl Vincent traveled to Europe and Palestine. This was the first of several international voyages he would undertake. Toward the end of the American Civil War, Vincent served in the U. S. Christian Commission.

Rev. John H. Vincent founded two successful religious periodicals: Northwestern Sunday School Quarterly (1865) and Sunday School Teacher (1866). The Methodist Episcopal Church General Conference of 1868 affirmed his work in religious education by naming him editor of the Sunday-School Journal, Corresponding Secretary of the Sunday-School Union, and Superintendent of the Department of Sunday-School Instruction.

Believing that a large-scale, interdenominational, religious educators’ training event could strengthen the Sunday School movement, Rev. Vincent and Akron, Ohio, businessman Lewis Miller organized a Sunday School Assembly at Lake Chautauqua, New York, in 1874. The Chautauqua Assembly became the Chautauqua Institution under the long-term guidance of President Miller and Chancellor Vincent.

Rev. Vincent was elected Bishop in the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1888. He was named Resident Bishop Abroad in 1890, charged with overseeing Methodist conferences in Europe. Bishop Vincent retired in 1904 and died in 1920.

John Heyl Vincent married Sarah Elizabeth Dusenbury (1832-1909), daughter of Henry and Caroline Butler Dusenbury, on November 10, 1858. Known as Elizabeth, "Lib," and "Libbie," Mrs. Vincent shared her husband’s Methodist faith, love of books, and passion for the promotion of education.

Their son, George Edgar Vincent (1864-1941), adopted many of his parents’ interests. He became the literary editor of the Chautauqua Press in 1886 when in his early twenties. George E. Vincent later served as Vice-President (1888-1889) and President (1907-1915) of the Chautauqua Institution. Dr. Vincent taught and held administrative positions at the University of Chicago from 1900 to 1911. From 1911 until 1917, he served as President of the University of Minnesota. Dr. George Vincent then became the President of the Rockefeller Foundation in 1917, retiring in 1929.

George Edgar Vincent married Mary Louise Palmer in January of 1890. They raised three children: Isabel, John H., and Elizabeth.

Sources:

Leete, Frederick DeLand. Methodist Bishops – Personal Notes and Bibliography. Nashville: Parthenon Press, 1948.

Price, Carl F. Who’s Who in American Methodism. New York: E. B. Treat & Co., 1916.

Vincent, Leon H. John Heyl Vincent: A Biographical Sketch. New York: The MacMillan Co., 1925.

John Heyl Vincent, February 23, 1832 - May 9, 1920, Commemorative Exercises, August 1, 1920. Chautauqua, NY: Chautauqua Press, 1920.

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Scope and Contents of the Collection

The John Heyl Vincent papers chronicle the family life and career of Methodist Bishop John Heyl Vincent, revealing his broad intellectual and religious interests. The collection also demonstrates that, during his long career as a public figure, Vincent met many of the leaders of his day, including Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses S. Grant, and Thomas Edison. The Vincent papers feature one linear foot of genealogical research notes, more than 1200 family and business letters, twenty folders of Chautauqua Institution-related materials, Rev. Vincent’s lecture notes and journals, copies of books and booklets written by him, publications owned by Bishop Vincent but not written by him, and photographs.

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Arrangement of the Collection

The collection is organized into nine topical series:
Series 1: Personal and Family History Files, 1798-1924
Series 2: Correspondence, 1822-1938
Series 3: Journals and Notebooks, 1832-1920
Series 4: Lecture Notes, 1860-1920
Series 5: Chautauqua, 1874-1925
Series 6: Publications by John H. Vincent, 1861-1912
Series 7: Other Printed Matter, 1875-1920
Series 8: Photographs, 1870-1920
Series 9: Administrative Data, 1920-1956

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Restrictions

Access to Collection:

The collection is open for research use. Patrons must sign the Acknowledgement of Legal Responsibility and Privacy Rights form before using this collection.

Publication Rights:

Permission to publish materials must be obtained from the Director of the Bridwell Library.

Copyright Statement:

It is the responsibility of the user to obtain copyright authorization.

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Access Terms

This collection is indexed under the following terms in the Southern Methodist University Libraries' online catalog. Researchers desiring related materials may search the catalog using these terms.
Vincent, John Heyl, 1832-1920.
Methodist Episcopal Church -- Bishops.
Chautauqua Institution.
Religious educators -- United States.
Genealogies.

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Related Material

Bridwell Library Digital Collection "Images from the John Heyl Vincent Papers," http://digitalcollections.smu.edu/all/bridwell/jhv/

BridArch 301.09A Bishop F. D. Leete Bishops Collection, Bridwell Library, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University.

BridArch 301.09B Bishop F. D. Leete Methodist Historical Collection, Bridwell Library, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University.

Bishop John H. Vincent’s 1893-1903 daybooks are owned by The Chautauqua Institution and can be accessed through the New York State Library.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], John Heyl Vincent papers, Bridwell Library, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University.

Acquisition Information

Gift of Bishop Frederick DeLand Leete, 1956.

Custodial History

The core of this collection consists of materials that were gathered by John Heyl Vincent and used by him in publishing a serialized autobiography in 1910. The papers later came into the possession of George E. Vincent, who added correspondence and anecdotes collected from Bishop Vincent’s friends and colleagues. The augmented collection was then used by Bishop Vincent’s nephew, Leon H. Vincent, author of John Heyl Vincent: A Biographical Sketch (1925). Internal evidence suggests that the entire collection was acquired by Bishop Frederick D. Leete. Bishop Leete added a number of publications by Bishop Vincent given by Mrs. Paul V. Harper of Libertyville, Illinois, before donating these materials to Bridwell Library in 1956 as part of his Methodist Historical Library.

Processing Information

This collection was arranged and described in 2010 by Timothy S. G. Binkley with assistance from Heather M. Oglevie and Elizabeth Perry.

Encoded by

Lara Corazalla, 2010.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Series 1:
Personal and Family History Files, 1798-1924

The first series, Personal and Family History Files, consists of sixty-six folders of biographical and genealogical documents dating between 1798 and 1924. The series has been divided into nine subseries:
Subseries 1: Personal and Family Life
Subseries 2: School Teacher and Circuit Rider
Subseries 3: Ministry in New Jersey and Illinois
Subseries 4: Travel Abroad
Subseries 5: Civil War
Subseries 6: Sunday School Work
Subseries 7: Episcopate
Subseries 8: Youth and Young Adult Ministries
Subseries 9: Retirement
The subseries follow the order of a previous arrangement scheme that reflects the outline of Leon H. Vincent’s book, John Heyl Vincent: A Biographical Sketch.
Box
287 Subseries 1: Personal and Family Life
01 Notes autobiographical 1880-1924
02 Notes autobiographical 1880-1924
03 Anecdotes 1880-1924
04 Biographical data 1880-1933
05 Bibliography and chronology 1900-1924
06 Bethuel Vincent memoir 1890
07 Elizabeth Dusenbury Vincent 1854-1909
08 J. Himrod Vincent 1867-1924
09 Mary R. Vincent 1892
10 Anna Vincent Massey 1906
11 Family mementoes 1877-1909
12 Genealogy research 1808-1900
13 Genealogy research 1888-1920
14 Genealogy research 1834-1917
15 Genealogy research 1813-1898
16 Major Hogan letter 1825
17 John H. Vincent’s descendents 1870-1924
18 John H. Vincent’s humor 1920-1924
19 Religious thought and experience 1865-1924
20 Methodism 1895-1900
21 Chillisquaque (Vincent Memorial) Chapel 1889-1902
22 Appreciations and obituaries 1888-1924
Oversize-Box Folder
2022 01 Genealogy oversize (from Box 287 file 14) 1798-1887
Box
287 Subseries 2: School Teacher and Circuit Rider
23 School teaching 1849
24 Luzerne Circuit 1887-1924
Subseries 3: Ministry in New Jersey and Illinois
25 New Jersey 1867-1924
26 Joliet and Mt. Morris, IL 1858-1924
27 Galena, IL 1862-1924
28 Rockford, IL 1863-1924
29 Rock River Conference 1883
30 Plainfield, NJ reflection 1888
31 Palestine Classes 1857-1887
32 Palestine Classes Ledger 1855-1862
Subseries 4: Travel Abroad
33 Europe 1862 1862-1924
34 First Palestine Trip 1862 1862-1924
35 Europe 1871 1871-1924
36 Europe 1886 / Second Palestine Trip 1886-1924
37 Europe 1891 1891-1924
38 Europe 1892 1892-1924
Subseries 5: Civil War
39 U. S. Christian Commission 1862-1924
40 General Grant 1865-1924
41 Farewell Address to the soldiers 1861-1924
42 12th Regiment Reunion 1896
Oversize-Flat-File-Drawer
1 General Grant oversize materials 1865
Oversize-Box Folder
2022 02 Newspaper Account of A. Lincoln’s Funeral 1865
Box
288 Subseries 6: Sunday School Work
01 Sunday School movement leadership 1865-1920
02 International Sunday School movement 1878-1920
03 Notes for Sunday School work 1864-1900
04 Sunday School institutes 1867-1878
05 Uniform Sunday School Lessons 1871-1891
Subseries 7: Episcopate
06 Election to office 1884-1920
07 Critical articles and letters 1896
08 Europe 1893 1893-1924
09 Harvard University 1894-1895 1893-1924
10 South America 1896-1897 1896-1924
11 Europe 1901-1904 1901-1924
12 Wesley’s Chapel Simpson window 1901-1902
13 Rules and practices as Bishop 1890-1924
14 Mount Union College Trusteeship 1888-1920 1923
Oversize-Box Folder
2022 03 Europe articles by J. H. Vincent 1901
04 "Seven Days Study in Church Life" 1905
Box
288 Subseries 8: Youth and Young Adult Ministries
15 Epworth League 1889-1891
16 Oxford League 1887-1924
17 Our Youth (undated issue) 1880-1900
Subseries 9: Retirement
18 "Timely Message" Roosevelt Christmas letter 1908-1909
19 Retirement reflections and correspondence 1908-1910
Oversize-Box Folder
2022 05 "Timely Message" Vincent Christmas Letter 1908-1909

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Series 2:
Correspondence, 1822-1938

The second series is an extensive collection of family (90%) and business (10%) correspondence. These letters and cards date between 1822 and 1938. Most of the 1200 letters in Bishop John H. Vincent papers reside in the seventy-seven folders of this series, which has been divided into six subseries:
Subseries 1: John Heyl Vincent
Subseries 2: Elizabeth Dusenbury Vincent
Subseries 3: George Edgar Vincent
Subseries 4: Louise Palmer Vincent
Subseries 5: Extended Family
Subseries 6: Correspondence File Remainders
Items that merit special note include John H. Vincent’s letter to Elizabeth dated April 12, 1865, in which he discusses meeting President Abraham Lincoln while visiting General Grant, and two letters by William McKinley.
Box
288 Subseries 1: John Heyl Vincent
20 To J. Himrod Vincent 1860
21 To Henry Dusenbury 1858
22 To Elizabeth D. Vincent 1859-1879
23 To Elizabeth D. Vincent 1880-1881
24 To Elizabeth D. Vincent 1882
25 To Elizabeth D. Vincent 1883
26 To Elizabeth D. Vincent 1884
27 To Elizabeth D. Vincent 1885
28 To Elizabeth D. Vincent 1889-1890
29 To Elizabeth D. Vincent 1891-1895
30 To Elizabeth D. Vincent 1896-1899
31 To Elizabeth D. Vincent 1900-1904
32 To Elizabeth D. Vincent 1905-1908
33 To Elizabeth D. Vincent, undated 1865-1909
34 To George E. Vincent 1865-1869
35 To George E. Vincent 1890-1908
36 To George E. Vincent, undated 1869-1920
37 To Louise P. Vincent 1908
38 To Others 1869-1915
39 From J. Himrod Vincent 1850-1853
40 From Bethuel Vincent 1855, 1900-1903
41 From William McKinley 1893-1896
42 From Others 1851-1893
43 From Others 1894-1910
44 From Others, undated 1860-1920
45 70th birthday greetings notebook 1902
Subseries 2: Elizabeth Dusenbury Vincent
46 To Henry Dusenbury 1859
47 To John H. Vincent 1859-1868
48 To John H. Vincent 1873-1889
49 To John H. Vincent 1890-1894
50 To John H. Vincent 1895-1899
51 To John H. Vincent 1900-1906
Box Folder
289 01 To John H. Vincent, undated 1859-1909
02 To John H. Vincent, undated 1859-1909
03 To George E. Vincent 1869, 1895
04 To George E. Vincent, undated 1869-1880
05 From Grandchildren 1900-1907
06 From Others 1863-1908
Subseries 3: George Edgar Vincent
07 To John H. Vincent 1875-1884
08 To John H. Vincent 1885-1889
09 To John H. Vincent 1890
10 To John H. Vincent 1891
11 To John H. Vincent 1892-1895
12 To John H. Vincent 1900-1910
13 To John H. Vincent, undated 1880-1910
14 To Elizabeth D. Vincent 1869-1884
15 To Elizabeth D. Vincent 1885-1888
16 To Elizabeth D. Vincent 1889-1892
17 To Elizabeth D. Vincent 1893-1895
18 To Elizabeth D. Vincent 1896
19 To Elizabeth D. Vincent 1897-1898
20 To Elizabeth D. Vincent 1900-1903
21 To Elizabeth D. Vincent 1904
22 To Elizabeth D. Vincent Jan. – June 1905
23 To Elizabeth D. Vincent Aug. – Dec. 1905
24 To Elizabeth D. Vincent Jan. – June 1906
25 To Elizabeth D. Vincent July – Dec. 1906
26 To Elizabeth D. Vincent Jan. – March 1907
27 To Elizabeth D. Vincent Apr. – July 1907
28 To Elizabeth D. Vincent Jan. – June 1908
29 To Elizabeth D. Vincent July – Dec. 1908
30 To Elizabeth D. Vincent, undated 1869-1909
31 To Louise P. Vincent 1906
32 To and from Others 1882-1938
Subseries 4: Louise Palmer Vincent
33 To John H. Vincent, undated 1880-1920
34 To Elizabeth D. Vincent 1881-1889
35 To Elizabeth D. Vincent 1890-1894
36 To Elizabeth D. Vincent 1895-1897
37 To Elizabeth D. Vincent 1904-1905
38 To Elizabeth D. Vincent 1906
39 To Elizabeth D. Vincent 1907-1908
40 To Elizabeth D. Vincent, undated 1880-1909
41 To George E. Vincent 1881-1909
42 To George E. Vincent, undated 1880-1909
Subseries 5: Other Family Members
43 Extended family 1822-1865
44 Extended family 1883-1906
45 "Vincent Family Bulletin" newsletter 1908
Subseries 6: Correspondence File Remainders
46 Other and unidentified senders / recipients 1889-1908
47 Enclosures 1902-1909

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Series 3:
Journals and Notebooks, 1832-1920

The third series is comprised of fifteen folders containing John H. Vincent’s personal journals, notebooks, and pocket calendars. These items give offer insights into Vincent’s thoughts and activities throughout much of his life (1832-1920).
Box Folder
297 01 Journal 1832-1865
02 Journals 1850-1861
03 Journals 1862
04 Journals 1862-1863
05 Journals 1863-1872
06 Notebooks 1878, 1890
07 Notebooks, undated, 1860-1920
08 Helpful Hints for the Sunday School Teacher 1866
09 12 Lessons from Genesis / 12 Lessons from the Psalms 1860-1920
10 Sermons notebook 1888-1891
11 Pocket calendars 1893, 1897
12 Chautauqua memoranda 1885-1887
13 European episcopacy notebook 1893
14 Europe notebook 1901-1903
15 Unidentified notebook (post-1850 narrative) 1850-1900

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Series 4:
Lecture Notes, 1860-1920

Series 4, Lecture Notes, contains thirty folders of lecture and sermon notes and an oversize folder of newspaper clippings about Bishop Vincent’s public addresses. Most items in this series are undated and may have been produced any time between 1860 and 1920.
Box Folder
297 16 South America 1860-1920
17 "The Receding House: Mother" 1912-1913
18 "Sidney Lanier" 1881-1920
19 "That Boy" 1860-1920
20 "That Boy’s Sister" 1860-1920
21 "That Boy’s Sister" (duplicate?) 1860-1920
22 "The Best Type of Church Unity" 1912
23 "Story of an English Skeptic" 1860-1920
24 "School Out of School" 1890-1910
25 "An Every Day Parliament" 1860-1920
26 Address to the Irish Conference 1902
27 Address to the English Wesleyan Conference 1902
28 "Lecture on Egypt" 1863-1920
29 "From Eisleben to Eisleben" 1880-1920
30 "Hannah More" 1916
31 "A Summer Journey" 1900-1910
32 "Brain Work" 1860-1920
33 "John Paul Jones" 1900-1910
34 "A Greater and More Perfect Tabernacle" 1860-1920
35 "A Vision in the Yosemite" Part 1 1895-1920
36 "An Old Quilt" 1860-1920
37 "The Subject of Prayer" 1860-1920
38 Switzerland 1860-1920
39 Canaan / Palestine 1860-1920
40 Robert Browning 1860-1920
41 "Tuesday Evening Lecture on Miracles" 1860-1900
42 "Question Drawer" 1860-1920
43 "Story of the Christian Church" 1880-1920
44 Other lecture and sermon notes 1860-1920
45 Other lecture and sermon notes 1860-1920
Oversize-Box Folder
2022 06 Lecture news clippings 1862-1898

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Series 5:
Chautauqua, 1874-1925

The fifth series includes twenty folders of data from and about the Chautauqua Institution. Materials in this series date between 1874 and 1925.
Box Folder
313 01 Founding of Chautauqua 1876-1908
02 Chautauqua history 1881-1923
03 Board of Trustees 1887
04 Old first night 1912-1925
05 Articles 1889-1920
06 Chautauqua University 1886-1898
07 Chautauqua correspondence 1879-1910
08 Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle 1876-1923
09 Grant, Ulysses S. 1875-1900
10 Lathbury, Mary A. 1909-1910
11 Booklets, leaflets 1879-1920
12 Advertisements 1876-1910
13 Chautauqua Sunday School Assembly 1874-1897
14 S. C. Swallow article: "Unmethodistic Literature" 1882
15 Piedmont Chautauqua correspondence 1888
16 Chautauqua in Great Britain 1897-1923
17 New England Assembly 1881-1885
18 Round Lake Sunday School Assembly 1878
19 Report of the Chautauqua Hebrew Class 1877
Oversize-Box Folder
2022 07 Chautauqua Assembly Daily News 1876

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Series 6:
Publications by John H. Vincent, 1861-1912

The articles, tracts, booklets, and books in Series 6 represent Bishop Vincent’s many published works. The earliest example dates from 1861; the latest from 1912. Some of these volumes were owned by John H. Vincent. Others were added by Mrs. Paul V. Harper while the collection was under the care of Bishop Frederick DeLand Leete.
Box Folder
313 20 The Chautauqua Text Books 1877-1878
21 The Chautauqua Text Books 1879
22 The Chautauqua Text Books 1880-1882
23 Chautauqua Hand Book of Sabbath-School Normal Work 1879
24 Our Alma Mater 1878-1887
25 The Book of Bible Services, part second 1877
26 The Magi and The Messiah 1880
27 Bible People 1882
28 Geometry 1883
29 The Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle 1889
30 To Old Bethlehem 1890
31 The Meaning of Chautauqua 1888-1912
32 Little Footprints in Bible Lands 1861, 1882
The Revival and After The Revival
33 Our Own Church 1890-1893
My Mother: An Appreciation
Two Letters to a Minister by Paul the Apostle
34 The Story of a Letter (Ephesians) 1893
Timothy: Two Letters to a Minister
35 The Holy Waiting: The Christian’s Hand-Book 1893, 1896
At the Table Altar: Meditations for a Month of Mornings
36 The Inner Life: A Study in Christian Experience 1900
37 My Church: the Church of the True Life 1890-1910
38 Zu Ihm: Der Weg zum wahren Leben 1890-1910
39 Old and New Fashions in Sunday School Work 1890-1910
40 Tracts 1888-1910
41 Articles and addresses 1862-1904
42 Oration: "A School of Oratory" 1895
43 "The Morning" Easter programs 1880

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Series 7:
Other Printed Matter, 1875-1920

Dating as early as 1875 and perhaps as late as 1920, the documents and publications in Series 7 were in the possession on Bishop Vincent but were not produced by him.
Box Folder
313 44 Reviews of books by John H. Vincent 1880-1910
45 The Chautauqua School of Theology 1881
46 The Oxford League and the Epworth League 1875-1920
47 The Conference System of Theological Education 1903
48 The Church Steps 1875-1920
49 A Unique Church Club: An Appeal to Pastors 1880-1920
50 The Book of Psalms 1877
51 The Holy Bible 1885
Oversize-Box Folder
2022 08 The Sunday School Times front cover 1875

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Series 8:
Photographs, 1870-1920

The forty-eight images in Series 8 include photographs of Bishop Vincent and Chautauqua dating approximately 1870 to 1910. Of special note, a photograph of a daguerreotype of John H. Vincent at age 16 or 17 (1848-1849) resides in file 1. The images in this series have been digitized and posted on the following website (http://digitalcollections.smu.edu/all/bridwell/jhv/) for remote user access.
Box Folder
314A 01 Vincent family images 1870-1910
02 Bishop Potter cabinet card 1905
03 Lakescape (Chautauqua Lake?) 1870-1910
04 Gatherings / Events 1890-1910
05 Residences 1870-1910
06 Stereoscopic cards 1870-1910
07 Post cards 1900-1920

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Series 9:
Administrative Data, 1920-1956

The final series includes two folders of collection administration documents dating between 1920 and 1956. The inventory sheets in file 9 are not dated and may have been produced by George or Leon Vincent in the 1920s, by an assistant to Bishop Leete in the 1950s, or by Bridwell Library staff.
Box Folder
314A 08 Leete correspondence and book lists 1950-1956
09 George E. Vincent – Leon H. Vincent 1920-1925
10 Inventory sheets 1920-1956

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